I love vocals. The more exotic the better. Singing voices are just so expressive, no matter what language or culture. And this time it's a Klingon Bird-of-Prey crew! Enjoy a quite mushy version of the Klingon anthem 'tlhIngan', basically a war song, probably known by hardcore Trekkies only. Vocals: Bird-of-Prey crew Topics: alternative, pop, vocals, lyrics, klingon, ironic
Synthpop version of a traditional Austrian folk song. For those who don't know the original version: it's a quite sentimental and drippy waltz in major key with simple lyrics and joyful melody, usually performed by vocalist/choir and a good amount of strings. My electrified version is in minor key and the lyrics are sung via vocoder. To maintain authenticity, I've thrown in some yodel clips. Lyrics: Karl Ganzer Topics: electronica, synth, pop, traditional, folk, vocals, lyrics, song, german, austria, vocoder
Ideas on educating children and adolescents how to keep themselves holy. And guides for educators on detecting and preventing sexual misdeeds. Topics: Holiness, Sexual sins, Masturbation, Gay behavior.
Dancefloor beats with Japanese voices. You know I love to play with vocals, and this one embeds a postprocessed, fairly experimental speech track. Some might get nervous about this constant background bushwah, but I love it - a funny little murmuring creek. Topics: experimental, dancefloor, japanese, vocals
König Ödipus von Sophokles (497/496 - 406/405 v. Chr.), übersetzt von Oswald Marbach (1810 - 1890); veröffentlicht (published) 1843. Gelesen auf Deutsch von (Read in German by) redaer; Internet Archive: andere redaer Aufnahmen Text Gemeinfreie Hörbücher (Public Domain) bei LibriVox Deutsche Hörbücher im LibriVox Katalog Topics: audio book, Hörbuch, gemeinfrei, redaer, German, Deutsch, König Ödipus, König Oidipus,...